Higher education - what has gone wrong?

Baum, Harold
June 1986
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Jun1986, Vol. 79 Issue 6, p315
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the changes in higher education particularly on the quality of teaching in biochemistry and the threats posed by the disruptions caused by enforced institutional organisations. He comments on the efforts of the British government to address national indifference to education. He highlights the findings of a report made by the Royal Society of Medicine on the public understanding of science. He cites the need to maintain the standards of learning through expanding and lengthening of degree courses.


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